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Animals of the frozen seas PowerPoint & worksheet - Read/Match/Crossword/Writing

Animals of the frozen seas PowerPoint & worksheet - Read/Match/Crossword/Writing
Animals of the frozen seas PowerPoint & worksheet - Read/Match/Crossword/Writing
Animals of the frozen seas PowerPoint & worksheet - Read/Match/Crossword/Writing
Animals of the frozen seas PowerPoint & worksheet - Read/Match/Crossword/Writing
Animals of the frozen seas PowerPoint & worksheet - Read/Match/Crossword/Writing
Animals of the frozen seas PowerPoint & worksheet - Read/Match/Crossword/Writing
Animals of the frozen seas PowerPoint & worksheet - Read/Match/Crossword/Writing
Animals of the frozen seas PowerPoint & worksheet - Read/Match/Crossword/Writing
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This is a PowerPoint show and a follow up worksheet for upper primary students about animals of the frozen seas.
The PowerPoint firstly goes through the names of the animals with an accompanying picture and a little fact or two.
The animal vocabulary words are:
-Wolverine
-Emperor Penguin
-Tern
-Polar Bear
-Caribou
-Collared Lemming
-Arctic Fox
-Narwhal
-Walrus
-Beluga Whale
-Arctic Shrimp
-Killer Whale
-Snowy Owl

It's useful if you've been teaching about the Arctic or Antarctica (or maybe winter), or as a follow up to watching wildlife documentaries about frozen seas. I use it after watching the David Attenborough Blue Planet Frozen Sea with the primary students in a private school in Thailand.
After the vocabulary on the PowerPoint, the worksheet can be handed out to the students. The PowerPoint can continue to run on screen because it has the content from the worksheet, and the answers will appear individually when the teacher clicks the mouse. No need for the teacher to write anything on the whiteboard!
The worksheet firstly contains a short description of each animal which students must read and then match to the picture. They must also follow the coloring instructions too (reading carefully because some Arctic animals don't require a lot of colour!). An example is: "(C) Tern: The Arctic Tern is a bird. It is white, but its beak is orange."
Next is a short wordsearch. Again, the PowerPoint can be followed on screen and answers are shown one by one only when the mouse is clicked.
Page 2 of the worksheet starts with a crossword where the clues are the pictures of the animals. Again, PowerPoint has answers that appear by animation on click.
The final section of the worksheet is the production phase where the students choose an animal to write about based on what they've seen on the documentary and what they've got from the worksheet (and of course their personal knowledge or research).
The students I used this with enjoyed it, though I found it more effective with older primary students because the vocabulary is not easy.
I hope it is useful to you.
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Total Pages
20 pages
Answer Key
Included
Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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